As a fresh graduate, it is normal to feel that you do not have enough credentials or experiences to talk about in your resume or during job interviews.
However, there are some things that you can do to increase your chances of landing a job opportunity.
First is to highlight your academic achievements in your resume. Your academic assignments, projects and activities that you've participated in can give potential employers an idea of your personality, capabilities and skills. Through your extracurricular activities, internships and academic results, they can ascertain if you're a good fit for the job, culture and team, then you are way better than those "experienced candidates".
Then, present an overview of less than three sentences that highlights your most relevant achievements, experiences and skills-so that you can capture their interest right at the start and entice them to read further.
Also, talk about how your work can impact the workplace. Instead of just sharing your academic results, describe to the interviewer how you've contributed to a project or assignment that has led to an actual application in the workplace. You can also discuss how you intend to use what you've learned to deliver value to your potential employer.
Lastly, highlight achievements that are relevant to your future employer such as problem-solving capabilities, being attentive to details or having a strong commercial acumen.
Hope these interview tips help you to land a nice job :) Be confident and good luck!